Don’t miss our first pub crawl & gig of the year!
JANUARY 5th at Dublin Castle
presenting Camden’s finest INDIE ROCK with: THE TARROWS, THE WHITE GATES, THE FRAMATICS
Join us for our legendary pub crawl before the gig at 18.00 at Dublin Castle. Doors 19.30 Music until 23.00
The Tarrows are an alt/indie with a twist of 70s rock n roll band from Bedford.
The trio are a blend of nostalgia from the blooming tones, captivating guitar solos, intricate bass playing, gripping hooks, charismatic drums rounded off with purposeful and compelling lyrical writing.
Heavily influenced by chourusy American indie music like Mac Demarco and Peach Pit.
Other influences include; Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, Alice In Chains, Pearl Jam, The Velvet Underground, Joy Division, Johnny Goth, Told Slant and Fox Academy.
Hailing from London, FRAMATICS are an alternative rock band that blend anthemic, indie-inspired choruses with thundering beats and raw guitars.
THE WHITE GATES
The White Gates Band is a versatile, four-piece, female fronted, original pop/rock band from Essex.
The band play original music with the odd cover by bands and artists that inspire them. Together for just over a year, The White Gates Band have played at venues all across London and in Essex. They have even played at events as far out as Isle of Wight.
Looking to branch out, they’ve refined their set and their show to the best of their ability, aiming to appeal to a diverse crowd of all ages, music taste and background. Their genre is rock/pop based with inspirations mainly from Paramore but also from Muse, Foo Fighters & Red Hot Chili Peppers and many other big names.
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